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  CNN    Weekend Early Start    News/Business. Randi Kaye. The  
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    February 10, 2013
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oscars. so what happens in london on sunday will likely set the stage for the academy awards in two weeks time. becky anderson, cnn, london. good morning, everyone. i'm deborah feyerick in this morning for randi kaye. it is 7:00 and we're so glad that you could join us here this morning. we begin this hour with the massive multistate manhunt for a rogue ex-cop who apparently has vowed vengeance on the men and women he used to work with. police are on alert in three states, california, nevada and arizona. and in mexico for any sign of christopher dorner. by land and air, search teams are combing the mountainous resort area of big bear what i can where dorner's truck was spotted thursday. he's accused of killing three people, including a police officer and the daughter of a retired cop. police say it's just a matter of time before they catch him. >> we're coming together today to catch mr. dorner.
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what that means is we will look under every rock, we will look around every corner and we will search mountaintops for him. the riverside police department is pledging all of their resources to this effort. >> police are urging dorner to turn himself in. they say no one else has to die. he's apparently leaving key clues in surveillance video. casey wian has more on that part of the manhunt. >> reporter: the surveillance video from the alley behind an auto accessories store near san diego is time stamped 9:08 monday morning. 12 hours after the daughter of a retired lapd officer and her fiance were reported killed 90 miles away in irvine, california. it shows fugitive christopher dorner's truck and a man who appears to be dorner throwing items in a dumpster. >> monday morning when i came in, opened the shop and business as usual, one of the employees
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went to throw the trash. after he came back, he came back with a clip like a magazine full of bullets, a belt, a military belt and helmet. and he brought to me and i said where did you find it, he said i find it in the back of the dumpster. >> reporter: reporting what he found was as simple as walking across the street to the police station. he says police told him the items were connected to a double homicide inn irvin. chilling that he was so close to a police station so soon after he started his killing spree. police would not confirm the video's authenticity, but it does match the still photo of dorner's vehicle released thursday, the day he's suspected at shooting at four officer, killing one. hours before those shootings, still photos caught him paying for gasoline at a service station.
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separately, the los angeles police chief announced he would reopen the investigation into dorner's firing in 2007. >> he's not opening it because of the accusations or because of the musings of someone who is a multiple murderer now. he's doing it because he wants to ensure that the public knows that the los angeles police department is fair and transparent. >> reporter: several southern california law enforcement agencies announced the information nation of a joint task force. authorities in the united states have alerted counterparts in mexico to be on the lookout for dorner. as one law enforcement official put it, he could be anywhere. casey wian, cnn, los angeles. and the case takes a bizarre turn with the addition of charlie sheen. that's right, charlie sheen. the actor was named as a, quote, awesome in christopher dorner's 11 page manifest foe in which he names many people. sheen responded with a message for dorner last night. the anger management star posted a video on tmz.com asking for the fugitive to call him.
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sheen said together they can figure out a way to end the manhunt. might be hard, though. sheen didn't leave his number. we turn to the weather now and the massive cleanup that has begun after a brutal storm dumped as much as three feet across the northeast. connecticut took the brunt of the storm. the town of hamden seeing 40 inches of snow. ins massachusetts, the one for the record books. boston saw 25 inches. the fifth biggest snowfall in history. that's where we find indra peterson this morning. 25 inches. people are digging out. yesterday they were able to enjoy doing nothing. today not so much. >> reporter: exactly. the good news, we're no longer standing in a blizzard, but it is still cold and wreer talkie' about 308,000 people still without power overnight. and it was cold. temperature was below freezing. currently temperatures in the
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teens. as i mentioned, the good news is the sun is out. here we go, 24.9 inches of snow. what do we do with it all? we're trying to clean it up today. here's what we're doing. we have lifted the driving ban. people can drive around, but they have not lifted the snow emergency. what that means is they still need to be cleaning up the roads throughout the day. so no one is allowed to park on the main roads. the other problem is we actually have one day for the clean up. you may have heard, by tomorrow, we'll be talking about more ice and even rain. so we only have one day with the sun out to do what we can. flooding will be the next concern. even if some of it starts to melt today, temperatures expected to be above freezing. one more thing, travel. yeah, logan did open one of their runways last night at 11:00 p.m., but keep in mind, over 5,000 flights have been delayed or canceled since last thursday. so a long time to play catchup. and it will be hard work out
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here. >> what's fascinating is that the governors in many of the states are saying, yeah, they'll be ready for business first thing monday. indra petersons live in boston for us this morning. thanks so much. the northeast is seeing some signs that things are getting back on track today. all major airports are once again up and running after more than 2,000 flights across the nation were canceled, that was just yesterday according to flight aware tracking. more than 5,000 total were canceled for the weekend. and getting everyone back on those canceled flights will mean longer than usual wait times. so bring a sandwich. bring your patience. and just prepare to wait. power crews are working to restore electricity to some 400,000 people today across the nine states. massachusetts and rhode island were hit the hardest in terms of power outages. and today almost 300,000 customers remain in the dark ins massachusetts while more than 75,000 are still without electricity in rhode island. and it is going to be a messy commute when all the snow starts
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to melt. alexandra steele is standing by. a little bit of melting and then freezing. >> yeah, it will be a roller coaster. not a lot of melting today. temperatures only in the teens. highs in the northeast today, only in the 30s. so not a lot of melting going on. but notice tomorrow, temperatures a southerly wind pull in. you can see temperatures warm into the 40s. so we'll begin to see the melting. but the problem for monday, we've got rain and we've got the next storm system coming this. so if you're in boston, maybe the t is a good idea. tomorrow a mix of rain and snow in the morning. by the afternoon, temperatures rise in to the 40s and it will all be rain. but you'll notice the winds really kick in. in new york city, a rainy morning monday going into work, but in the afternoon, 45 degrees and the rain will have moved out by then. now, here's what's happening. an area of low pressure has developed in the rockies. what will happen with that, it will bring snow, we actually have blizzard warnings from north dakota and nebraska.
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rain today about half an inch of it in chicago. and here is monday 10:00 a.m., you see a lot of the rain and then it pushes off the coast and in new york, it's done, it's moved out already by the time you make your way home tomorrow an. >> all right. well, something to keep an eye on. alexandra steele, thanks so much. well, he was a cop on the l.a. police force and navy researchist lieutenant. so what could have prompted christopher dorner to go over the edge and allegedly kill three people in cold blood? a look at that next. to fight chronic osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of suicide. anti-depressants can increase these in children,
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welner, author of the depravity scale. we appreciate you getting up to talk about this. i want to understand, the lapd says they will reopen the investigation into whether dorner was legitimately fired. that's his command, that's why he says he's doing this. what is your take on that, are they caving? >> i don't think that we can really regard in as -- i don't think we can speak for what goes up at the upper echelons of the lapd and also the political forces that they're contending with. i will tell you that the victory for dorner already happened as soon as the news media decided to start reading passages from his manifesto, put his smiling face on the air such as we have it and treat him as if he's someone we can relate to. when jared loughner shot gabby give ordina giffords and killed six, nobody
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was dissecting his manifesto. so we've normalized what he's said as a last resort which is why people think of spectacle crime as no longer a last resort. i will tell you that for all of those who say that he is psychotic or speculate about his emotional condition, obviously not having examineded him, i will tell you that the person who invokes his work place to this degree, who has failed to achieve intimacy, to achieve family, who targets family, is a familiar presence of someone who is overly invested in succeeding at work, it never works out for him the way his esteem and ego believes that he's entitled to. and he's resentful in a way that his grudge becomes him. we all recognize that life isn't fair. we all experience injustice at one time or another. some people get over their grudges. some people never get over their grudges. and what defines a workplace related shooter and a spectacle
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killer like this is that his grudge defines him. i will also tell you that the longer he goes without being caught, the less likely it is that he is psychotic. because a person who is psychotic, when you consider the manhunt that's pursuing him now, the level of disorganization associated with psychosis and the decisions that one would have to make under pursuit is such that there is no way that he would keep it up. his history is -- >> so he has -- >> his victory, and this is frits fritdenning, like eric rudolph in 1998, the media is responsibility for creating a serious discussion about this and as a result, there are too many people available to him now who will protect him and hide him the way they did in 1998. >> let me stop you there.
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t i do agree with some of the things you're saying. but let's be clear. this man is hunt willing poliin officers. he's not afraid to dial. he could disappear the same way eric rudolph did. he can become a sniper like the d.c. sniper. so this is a man very well armed choorgd to sources that i spoke tond and he has a plan. he's had three years to do this. so -- >> i agree. >> maybe media plays a role, but you have the police department on high alert. there is extraordinary tension. and one of the things dorner said is he said the lapd has suppressed the truth, it has led to deadly consequences. this man has no problem making sure that he makes his point and ending it even violently. do you think it ends violently? >> i think that the longer we don't hear from him and we haven't heard from him, the more he makes it clear that he is trying to get away so he can watch us having a serious
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discussion about him. i think the best thing that people in southern california can do is look at this case like the amber alert. if people heard he kidnapped a small child and was on the loose, everybody would be looking out for him. people have their issues with the lapd, people have their issues with police officers, but you cannot send a message to the disgruntled that murder is an option. i think what he needs to see is the people of los angeles all wearing lapd gear the way we did in new york after 9/11. there has to be a solidarity with the institutions to say their channels, whether in the los angeles police department or the department of justice, to look into things, but if you are going to start killing people like quan's daughter, people who are innocent saying you'll wreak havoc, you heard everybody. southern california is paralyzed while he carries out his entitlement to draw attention to
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grievance. that's unacceptable. when you see charlie sheen saying call me, public information and those of us who inform the public have failed. because that's unacceptable. >> and i understand murder is never ever ever an option obviously in this case, but it's interesting when you read the top part of the manifesto, he starts to make sense. about halfway through, he digresses. not that he's not smart. we have to cut it, but thank you so much. >> every spectacle killer wraps himself in something righteous that people can relate to. always remember that. >> okay. dr. welner, thank you. moving on to something a little bit lighter. fashionistas, listen up. one of hottest designers much fashion week talking to us next. i'm grant weber and... i sell subarus to dogs. from hunting dogs... you see this will tell you your mileage and how far you've gone if you're on a trip. to lap dogs.
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sure it may be cold and
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snowy in new york, but things are heating up at the lincoln center for fashion week. nadia is our very own fashionista and has a nice surprise for all the fashion fans out there. he has dressed some of the top people. the first lady, penelope cruz. he's a big deal. >> and he's so talented. i don't know if you've seen his work, but the enature embroidery. he's an indian born american fashion designer whose run way show this week is expected to be a showstopper. his designs have been worn by megastars such as lady gaga and a-list celebrities. but there are no bigger fan than the first lady herself. we'll get to that in a moment. but first i'd like to welcome naheem khan joining from us new york. how are you? >> i'm fine, good morning. >> you must be quite tired. working on your show.
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have you been up for all hours of the night? >> well, fashion week is nonstop. so from here i go back to the studio. it was up to 11:00 last night. >> and what will we see from naheem khan in this fall fashion show? >> glamour and more glamour. i just wanted to up the ante this season. i wanted to be super glam from using crystals. the inspiration started from the sketches of art deco, but mixing byzantine and taking automatll luxury from that part of the world and mixing it, but modern and clean for the today woman. >> and you've designed for the first lady several times, i think over eight times. and you're on the short list for michelle obama's inaugural gown. how has that impacted your life? i mean, working and designs for michelle obama.
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>> it's an amazing experience. amazing journey that i'm so grateful for. it has changed my business. the awareness of my brand from here all the way to india where i was born, it's become so huge. people are just aware of the brand and the more aware you are of the brand, the biggest your business can become. >> does she get to keep the dresses? after she wears them and that exquisite white that she wore after the inauguration, does she get to keep it, does she return it? >> no, of course just like any other client, she's a client of mine. and she gets to keep her dresses. she gets those dresses, yes. >> and tonight we have the grammys and the oscars coming up. can we expect to see any of yof designs on the red carpet? >> i don't know because i've been so focused on my collection that i have to keep myself away from that for the moment because my show is in two days. i leave it for my pr to get all that stuff done.
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so jenny from my office has been working frantically to see, you know, to make sure that whoever needs whoever their needs are being taken care of. >> well, naheem khan, thank you so very much for joining us and making the world just a more beautiful place. >> who doesn't love shine, who doesn't love glamour. it's beautiful to be glachlrous. i'm so happy to be a part of it. thank you. >> and some of those innate embroidery, just tell us briefly, where does it get done? >> i was born in it. it comes from my family. my family has been in this business it for three generations. >> well, thank you again, we simply love your work and remember, we've got your back stage pass for new york fashion week at cnn.com. >> looking forward to seeing you. all right, nadia, thank you so much. and i do have to admit, i goinged the 20th century russian
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police say he's armed and dangerous. thes massive manhunt now entering its fourth day. search teams are heading back out today in big bear. paul, what is the mood amongst police out there today? >> reporter: i have to tell you, they are still very much on edge. they've seen fellow officers killed and they know how many officers and families have been threatened. so when you watch them go door to door, they're extremely vigilant. the department of homeland security did issue a be on the lookout for dorner in terms of
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small airports in the area. they say nobody should allow someone to get on the plane without proper i.d.. could dorner commandeer a plane some it has been said this his navy background he did have some flight training. eernl says not a pilot. we checked with the big bear lake airport and officials there say they know who is coming and going and there's no way that dorner had or will take a plane out of there. today they will resume the door to door search and launch helicopters and go at it by air. and also the riverside police department has a heavy toll on all of this because they saw one of their officers shot and another wounded. so they are vowing to get their man as everybody involved in this from ervine to lapd, sheriff all looking for dorner. >> thanks so much, we